The reason why the chief designer of Hogwarts: legacy left is not anti feminism, but the last straw

Troy Leavitt, the chief designer of Hogwarts: heritage, has been reported before, and may be forced to leave because of the many anti feminism content on its tubing channel. Troy Leavitt said he was soon releasing a video on the tubing channel to talk about it in detail. Troy Leavitt recently said in the tubing video that the reason for his resignation from avalanche was not against women's rights, mainly because of health-related family reasons, and the pressure brought by anti feminism was only the last straw.

Troy Leavitt, former chief designer of Hogwarts: Heritage

The reason why the chief designer of Hogwarts: legacy left is not anti feminism, but the last straw

Troy Leavitt said in the video that he retired in August 2020, but rejoined the company in October 2020. In early February 2021, “a dramatic shift in family affairs” – appears to have preceded the women’s rights dispute over Troy Leavitt’s tubing video.

The reason why the chief designer of Hogwarts: legacy left is not anti feminism, but the last straw

Troy Leavitt said Warner did not put pressure on him in this case, but Troy Leavitt decided to retire again in March. Troy Leavitt also thanked those who were supporting him in the video and announced his willingness to work on independent development and will continue to write his own fantasy novels.

Troy Leavitt also shared a resignation letter, which read: “when I left, I would like to express my warmest thanks to the avalanche team and Warner. Avalanche is the right studio to make the game, “because they work well in IP licensing, in-house talent and partners.”

He also said he enjoyed the studio’s player centric design team, adding that the avalanche focused on “things that are good for players, not trying to add anything else to the game.”. This seems to be a default reference to the controversy over the cross gender perspective of J.K. Rowling, the original author of Harry Potter.